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Forget hard drives! This computer can store over 6,000 Blu-rays in memory

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has just taken the wraps off what it claims is the world’s largest single-memory computer – a prototype from ‘The Machine’ research project.This line of research is all about HPE’s…

Windows updates will soon get pushed over limited connections too

One of the tweaks Microsoft is making in the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update is forcing software patches over limited connections, or "metered connections" as Windows calls them - connections made over cell networks or with other…

HMRC blasted over "inaccurate" and "unreliable" IR35 online assessment tool

Public sector contracting stakeholders claim newly launched tool is returning inaccurate results over IR35 status of some public sector off-payroll workers... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Public sector IT suppliers blast CCS over rising G-Cloud commission charges

CCS confirms commission charges on G-Cloud sales are to rise from 0.5 to 0.75% when the next iteration of the framework drops in May 2017, but suppliers fear it could harm their ability to innovate ... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Post Office facing group litigation over Horizon computer system after watershed decision

The group action against the Post Office that alleges sub-postmasters have been wrongly punished for accounting errors gets a green light from the High Court of Justice... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

BT draws fire over broadband price hike

Consumer broadband groups have hit out after BT put up its broadband prices... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

MasterCard offers remedies to watchdog fears over VocaLink acquisition

MasterCard and VocaLink respond to Competition and Markets Authority’s concerns over proposed merger... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Competition watchdog airs concern over Mastercard’s VocaLink acquisition

Competition watchdog airs concern over Mastercard takeover of Vocalink and gives companies an ultimatum... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

HMRC slammed over tax probe into Newcastle datacentre campus investors

HM Revenue and Customs said it is committed to clamping down on abuses of the UK tax system, following criticism of its decision to recoup tax relief payments to datacentre investors... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Ebay wants to be ‘all over TV like a rash’ as it looks to rebuild the brand

While some might perceive eBay purely as that place to get rid of old Pokemon cards and CDs, it wishes you didn’t. With 80% of UK sales now coming through new items – globally, ‘new’ accounts for one billion items –…

SSP set for showdown with insurance brokers over two-week Solihull datacentre meltdown

Senior leaders from insurance software provider will meet brokers next week to discuss the precautions it has taken to prevent a repeat of Solihull datacentre outage ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Cheshire councils face complaints over proposed 12-year ERP contracts

The Crown Commercial Service confirms two complaints about a proposed joint council IT procurement framework – offering contracts up to 12 years in length – have been raised ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News